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Economic [microform] : original correspondence [CO 852], 1937-1943
Bib ID 782000
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Great Britain. Colonial Office
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. 
Description London : Public Record Office, [19--] 
5 microfiches. 
Summary

Correspondence relating to the sugar industry in Fiji.

Full contents
  • 1. CO 852/84 File 15036/17 sugar 1937.
  • 2. CO 852/147 File 15036/17 sugar 1937.
  • 3. CO 852/518 File 19666/56 sugar 1941-43.
 
Notes

Microfiche copy of original held by the Public Record Office, London.

Subjects Sugar - Manufacture and refining - Fiji.
Time Coverage 1937-1943 
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Public Record Office

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